Taming A Dark Horse

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 150 pages
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NICE, REASONABLE, DEDICATED AND COMPLETELY QUALIFIED NO WOMAN LIKE THAT WOULD BE WILLING TO LIVE WITH HIM. Linc Ketchum hadn't been a pussycat before the fire at the T Bar K burned his hands, but now he was next to impossible. And he knew no woman would put up with him, especially not Nevada Ortiz, the so-called nurse that Linc's cousin had sent to take care of him. She was unexpectedly pretty and smart-mouthed to boot. Her jet-black hair and creamy brown skin were a serious distraction, not to mention the feelings that she stirred up. Like any cowboy, Linc hated to admit he might be wrong, but Nevada's tender loving care was slowly changing his mind about women. Or one woman, in particular .

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In Bagwell’s romance novel, Linc Ketchum was moody and difficult to handle even before the fire at the T Bar K burned his hands. When nurse Nevada Ortiz arrives to help him, he is more than certain ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Despite a no-nonsense background as a West Point graduate and U.S. Army officer, Caro Carson has always treasured the happily-ever-after of a good romance novel. After reading romances no matter where in the world the Army sent her, Caro began a career in the pharmaceutical industry. Little did she know the years she spent discussing science with physicians would provide excellent story material for her new career as a romance author. Now, Caro is delighted to be living her own happily-ever-after with her husband and two children in the great state of Florida, a location which has saved the coaster-loving theme park fanatic a fortune on plane tickets.

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